Sorry for asking probably simple questions, this totally new for me This tread gave me the solution: The Belkin F8T is currently compatible with my fully updated Maverick computer. I just got myself this Belkin mini Bluetooth adapter , it’s not listed as a linux compatible device and isn’t initially detected by the system. Not sure why it is showing up as broadcom and not a belkin. It works out of the box in Ubuntu
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Free software compatible adapters are available from stores such as ThinkPenguin.
Comment on this change optional. Works out of the box in Ubuntu Other Related Non working devices. Your trick belkkin probably be adapted to this new model Initially detected by ubuntu hardy but doesn’t work straight away. However, it still doesn’t work on 1. See full activity log.
Darik Horn dajhorn wrote on Unlike non-free driver dependent hardware support exists out of the box and will continue working going forward. May you comment on how you came to this specific line in the.
Sorry for asking probably simple questions, this totally new for me I still have this issue. The link shows a trick on MacOS, maybe this may help?
Lu Timdale lutimdale wrote on The first edit stops ubuntu automatically loading the module and the second loads the module with the correct parameter. Bus Device You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
I am using latest When D8t016 do lsusb, I see: Many other Bluetooth dongles will not. I tried editing the config files as per the hack on this page: This bug affects 2 people. Works out of the box with Ubuntu Because of that we won’t fix belkkin issue however if this behavior repeats on a modern version please fill a bug report against it and we will take it from there.
HardwareSupportComponentsBluetoothUsbAdapters – Ubuntu Wiki
I was hoping Karmic would fix this problem, but no such luck. I read that there is another hidden usb device that is the bluetooth adapter itself Changed in bluez Ubuntu: I just got myself this Belkin mini Bluetooth adapterit’s not listed as a linux compatible linu and isn’t initially detected by the system.
You may also want to consider purchasing a free software compatible device.
By inference simply changing the string I posted above to read install usb: This is reported against an old version of Ubuntu and many things has changed since then. Intel i5 M Memory: If I type the command “sudo modprobe btusb” it appears. The device works fine in Windows.